On 1 January 2022, France will start its six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union. Ahead of this upcoming term, a small stone has slipped into the shoe
The expected report of the European Commission on “new genomic techniques” was published as announced before the end of April 2021. It represents an attempt for an “at the same
As part of the Farm to Fork (F2F) plan launched by Brussels, the debate over front-of-pack nutrition labelling (FOPNL) is in full swing and now concerns every EU member country.
Electric Vehicles (EVs) are widely regarded as the future of transportation, an image avidly curated by Tesla. Central to the argument is the idea that EVs drastically reduce CO2-emissions compared
Winter is coming and the current spate of Coronavirus-related news is not encouraging: the pandemic is ravaging Europe, efficient cures are still just over the horizon, and many are prophesizing
As the pandemic continues to wreak havoc, we provided a rapid overview in our last editorial of the most efficient measures for dealing with the pandemic. One message stands out
In the face of the pandemic, we are not all equal. As an individual, but also as a citizen residing in a particular country. This editorial address the second point:
The closure of Fessenheim, transposition of the CJEU ruling on plant biotechnology by the French Council of State, locust invasion in Africa… the news on scientific and technical policy is
In a season of resolutions, a site like ours has one hope: that the 2020s will be the decade of renewal for European scientific culture. To achieve this, there is
While Europeans were indulging in New Year celebrations, debate was growing within the new European Commission. France is once again seeking to impose its Nutri-Score system on other member states.